Posts Tagged ‘private’

Boutique office by Dymitr Malcew, Singapore

May 14th, 2018

Warm oak is juxtaposed with raw concrete that represents authenticity and imperfection. Black framed glass partitions are modern interpretation of traditional screens while authentic rice paper is used for glass film.

Centaline Property Office by Peng & Partners, Shenzhen – China

April 20th, 2018

“Box” serves as the starting point during this office design process. By embedding, subtracting and extruding the boxes, the designer creates and lines up a sequence of positive and negative spaces throughout the whole office, which meet various functions, such as reception, meeting, private working area and etc. Having different and unusual spatial proportion and scale, these boxes convey varied emotions, public and private, narrow and wide, dark and bright.

Vista Walkerhill Hotel by Quaddesign, Seoul – South Korea

July 24th, 2017

The floor and mass of the walls were finished with gray colored main stone with minimal design. White marble pillars and floor patterns give special characters to the space. Through wall, situated at the edge of RE: BAR, opens up and closes the space smoothly. Furniture of the lounge was placed to offer a warm, cozy feeling to remind a living room and a den.

Office space by Metaforma, Poznań – Poland

May 8th, 2017

Metaforma Group divided individual working spaces with veneered, open-work sound diffusers, as well as panels filled with sound-absorbing fabrics. We have also designed high partition walls to minimize the discomfort of working in large open spaces. The details such as pots with greenery, located at the particular desks, gave the space a friendly character.

Hotel V Fizeaustraat, Amsterdam – Netherlands

September 13th, 2016

Top of the bill obviously is the suite, evoking a homey feel with its spacious dimensions, replete with a private fireplace, corner views and spacious bathroom with a walk-in rain shower.

PitchBook offices by JPC Architects, Seattle – Washington

August 3rd, 2016

Rather than using solid walls, spaces were defined by a ceiling height differential and defined flooring. The use of raw, reclaimed and industrial materials were used to reinforce the concept of growth, openness and adaptability.

Stella Palace Resort & Spa by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Analipsis Hersonissos – Greece

July 15th, 2016

The suites are decorated with fine materials such as wood and metal. The floors are covered with tiles (80×80), the furniture is constructed in accordance with the requirements of the space.

Katamama boutique hotel, Seminyak – Bali – Indonesia

July 8th, 2016

Indigenous materials, such as Balinese bricks, teak, handmade tiles from Java and terrazzo made on site, feature prominently throughout the hotel, while the rooms are filled with curated artwork, handpicked furniture and cherished collectibles.

A.S. Barbershop by Felipe Hess, São Paulo – Brazil

May 23rd, 2016

The same squared tiles on the inside turns into dimension unit, characterizing the whole project. It makes the bar counter, the spacing between work stations, mirrors, wall niches, even the ceiling lights are modeled inside the grid that structure the space.

Maregio Suites by Fotinos boutique hotel by SmART interiors, Santorini – Greece

May 13th, 2016

A collection of high-class amenities and the distinctive architecture of minimal, modern cave houses will make the most out of your stay in the privacy of your suite.

Chanel store by Peter Marino, Osaka – Japan

May 9th, 2016

Referencing the private apartment feel, the store is divided into several intimate rooms, each with a different homey setting and decorations.

Longxiaobao restaurant by Lukstudio, Beijing – China

May 4th, 2016

Though a consistent palette of exposed cement wall, rusted-metal frame, wooden tables and display boxes has been applied; three different dining ambiences are created.

Onepointfour private medical clinic by UUfie, Ontario – Canada

April 27th, 2016

A passage that connects all spaces, composed of translucent walls and a ceiling both constructed from polycarbonate sheets defines the central spine of the design.

My Skin Centre beauty salon by Creative Shop Retail Shopfitting, Johannesburg – South Africa

March 28th, 2016

DIESEL store, Tokyo – Japan

March 28th, 2016

Special design details include steel fixtures paired with rugs, concrete flooring with wooden ceilings, and antique furniture with the use of technologically advanced materials.

Fendi private suits by Marco Costanzi, Rome – Italy

March 17th, 2016

The aesthetic is contemporary and lavish, featuring a slew of contrasts and juxtapositions in materials and colours, all beautifully executed, and a collection of exquisite, cherry picked artworks.

Farfetch office by Studiofibre, London – UK

March 11th, 2016

High-end fashion is referenced through a careful mix of luxurious materials and technology is brought to live via oversized ‘pixels’ carved into wood screens and storage units and a vast ‘omnichannel’ live AV wall.

Amanemu resorts by Kerry Hill Architects, Ise-Shima – Japan

March 3rd, 2016

Each standalone suite has floor to ceiling windows with woven textile and timber sliding shutters, providing sweeping vistas of the national park’s natural beauty.

Sago Hotel, New York City

February 19th, 2016

A luxury apartment in its own right, it occupies Sago Hotel’s two top floors, and comes with a separate kitchen, a salon, and last but not least, a spacious balcony with gorgeous city views.

Kitchen+Bar 15 by PH.D architectural bureau, Moscow – Russia

February 17th, 2016

The artistic method by using art is very important here. By using unexpected elements in interior it creates a surprised, courageous impression.